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WANdisco, Azure do data migration dance

WANdisco deepens its Microsoft partnership, integrating LiveData as a native service in Azure. Customers can access LiveData through Azure Portal for backup and other uses.


2nd Watch launches cloud-based disaster recovery service

COVID-19 is accelerating interest in disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS), and 2nd Watch says it can facilitate the process and reduce cost using AWS.


Business continuity challenges emerge as work from home ends

As governments consider reopening, organizations must address how it affects business continuity planning, such as accounting for WFH employees returning to offices and the potential for outages.


DRaaS guide: Benefits, challenges, providers and market trends

Disaster recovery once involved setting up an off-site facility and duplicating expensive storage gear. Today, DRaaS offers an alternative to traditional approaches.

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    Preparing your business to recover from COVID-19

    Before resuming business activities after a pandemic, establish a timeline and plan for recovery. Reviewing a business impact analysis and creating a recovery framework can help.

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    Disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) is the replication and hosting of physical or virtual servers by a third party to provide failover in the event of a natural catastrophe, power outage or another type of business disruption.

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    Tips on how to implement DRaaS

    Thinking of activating disaster recovery as a service? As you start this important process, consider these best practices that will help protect your organization.

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